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Racial profiling is alive and well in Belgium, according to a new report released by Amnesty International this week, the conclusion of a months-long study into the opinions and practices of police
Starting next year, private landlords and property management firms in Brussels will be fined if inspectors find that they are discriminating against renters based on ethnicity, gender or income.
Belgium’s federal centre for equal opportunities, Unia, is investigating a claim by two 15-year-olds that they were denied entry to Docks Bruxsel shopping centre recently.
Women in Belgium are still not treated equally in the workplace as compared to their male colleagues, according to a study by recruitment specialist Hays.
Brussels mobility minister Pascal Smet will remove the general headscarf ban for staff working in the shops of the Brussels metro and pre-metro stations, he announced to party mate and
The European Court of Justice this morning ruled that employers can legally ban staff from wearing religious symbols, including the Islamic headscarf, or hijab.
Nowhere in the world is the pay gap between men and women closing faster than in Belgium, writes De Standaard based on figures from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation
Women are the victims of fiscal discrimination in Belgium, where tampons and sanitary napkins are taxed at the highest rate (21%), in the same category as so-called luxury goods.
Slightly more than one in three women in Belgium (37%) say they feel discriminated against in the workplace, report De Standaard, Het Nieuwsblad an